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Have you tried replacing the bulbs? The two side lights run through the turn signal switch so if they aren't getting power, chances are your signal switch is bad. Do your front blinkers work? Do the rear lights come on when you use the blinkers or the hazards?
If the original Timing Belt is still in the vehicle it is certainly due for a change. The noise is most likely the water pump but if you have the area open already and the time to do the job I would replace the timing chain while I was in the area and had it apart.
hi im wes if you have a 3.0 litre dual over head cam it ts behind the timing belt. if you have a 3.0 litre pushrod engine its on the front of engine any help pleas rate me trying to make a buck thanks wes
There Has To Be Air Getting In The Line Somewhere Keep Depressing it And Adding Brake Fluid. Make Sure That When You Bleed The Brakes You Have 2 People 1 Pushing The Brake 1,2,3 Hold And The Other Is By The Bleed Off. Heres The Job For The Second Person They Should Have A Clear Jar Half Full With Brake Fluid And A Hose Comming From The Bleed Valve And The Ither End Should Be Sitting In The Jar In The Brake Fluid. Before The Person Holding The Brakes Releases Tighten The Valve And Then Release The Brakes. Pump, 1,2,3, Then Open The Valve Again To See If Any Air Bubbles Are Visible Coming From The End Of The Hose In The Brake Fluid If So Much As 1 Is Visible Repeat Again. Once Finished Move On To The Other Side. You May Have To Do All 4 Valves One On Every Brake.